Posted by: Upāsaka | 02/13/2019



La Gran Vía


Contemplar la impureza del cuerpo domina la lujuria;

la cultivación de la amabilidad contrarresta la malicia;

la atención a la respiración corta el pensamiento discursivo;

la percepción de la impermanencia elimina la presunción “Yo soy.”

—Buda Sakyamuni, Udana

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